Features

The Willow Springs Meeting House was built in 2002 by Ted Greer and his family.

The Spring House Tavern is the only building original to the site.

The Blacksmith’s Forge was one of the first buildings the park added.

Built in 2004, the Thompson Academy serves visitors and students alike as an education and information center.

Perry’s Hill Backwoods Cabin represents a true 1750s era hunter’s cabin. It served as the center of the backwoodsman’s hunting activities.

The Pottery houses the tools of the potter and is the site of live demonstrations during events.

Designed by Jeff Tilden, the Sensory Garden has been constructed to allow access to handicapped visitors, including the sight impaired.

The Hank McKenney Glass House is used to procreate various 18th century plants and herbs.

The McKenney Gardens has plants and herbs grown for use in cooking and throughout the park.

The Village Fruit and Vegetable Garden provides many of the foods served during events.

The Sign of the Ram demonstration shop hosts various reenacts during events.

The Post & Print Shop houses the 18th century style printing press and the Community Post Office. Various printed items and souvenirs will also be sold here when available.

Falmouth Guardhouse stands at the Lake Avenue entrance to the park. There may be a militia member there to welcome you!

The New Windsor Cabinet Shop and
The Village Mercantile offers educational
programs and brings to life 18th century cabinetmaking, chair making, coopering and box-making. The first floor provides a place for our local artisans to showcase and sell their wares.

The Colonial Barn is designed for workshops, classes, meetings, plays, concerts, weddings, wedding receptions, artist-in-residence programs, music programs, story tellers, and other forms of modern and colonial heritage.

The Livery serves a variety of functions including housing restrooms. A complete kitchen was donated by Gary’s Hamburgers and is used for special events.

Prior to refrigeration, a Smokehouse was used to cure meat to keep it from spoiling.

Roger’s Ordinary serves as a concessions stand offering modern food choices.

The Corn Crib stores grain for the grist mill.

The Grist Mill is an 18th century design and allows viewing of operations from two sides.

The Spring House keeps food items cool.

The Cuisine de Sucrerie is full of delicious sweet treats during events. Come taste and smell the flavors!

Norwood House, located at the park’s entrance, serves as an information center to welcome visitors.

The Trader’s Cabin

The Stocks were used as a public punishment.

The Eighteenth-century Cannon was found in Charleston and was donated.

The Touch of Bartram Trail encircles the park.

There are numerous natural springs beneath the park.

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